Papers presented at the 5th International Symposium on the Aerodynamics & Ventilation of Vehicle Tunnels, Lille, France, 20-22 May 1985, Volume 6
BHRA, 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 618 pages
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A1 Practical and theoretical aspects of temperatures likely to be experienced by extended delays
A2 Emergency ventilation at the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District
A3 Contribution of mechanical ventilation to fire safety in subways
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aerodynamic air flow air velocity anemometer average booster fans British Railways Board BURRARD STATION calculated cars concentration Cranfield cross-section dampers diffusion direction drag coefficient duct effect electrostatic precipitator emergency emission entrainment equation equipment exhaust air exit portal factor Figure fire flow coefficients flow rate Fluid Engineering Centre fresh air friction gradient jet fans km/h Lille longitudinal diffusion maximum measurements mechanical ventilation method metro Mitterberg one-way traffic open sections operation P.L.C. Peters Ltd paper parameters passengers platform Pole de Mecanique pollution pressure changes pressure difference railway recirculation Reynolds number road tunnels shear stress shown simulation smoke SNCF sponsored by BHRA station subway systems supply tests tracer gas train wind trainset Transbay Tube transducers tunnel air tunnel exit tunnel portals tunnel ventilation tunnel wall turbulence values VEHICLE TUNNELS Lille VENTILATION OF VEHICLE ventilation shaft volume wind velocity